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HD2 Energy Rom 10/14 steals battery!

I really like energy rom for my HD2. After month and half I re-flashed HD2 device from later august energy rom to current one - 14.10.2010. I have chose great looking .Sencity theme, see attached screenshot. I love it.

But the worst surprise wait for me. After two weeks of using I can say that current energy version consumes two times more of battery. HD2 has drain the whole battery within three days, but current version is out easily in one or one and half day. Consider if you need to move on to new version!

I have suspected lock screen of Cookie Home Tab in beta 2 but switching to the normal build-in one didn't improve battery consumption and the only app I have installed is great Twitter MoTweets. Maybe it can be caused by the whole betaversion of CHT. NRG still supports CTH in final 1.8.5 version. So, I'll try it :-)
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